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EX WP MP YAW SHIN LEONG LIVING IT UP IN MYANMAR AS "AMOS RAO"

Former WP MP for Hougang Yaw Shin Leong was supposed to be next in line to head the Workers’ Party after current Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang’s tenure.

However, his political career was cut short after his extra-marital affair was exposed.

Now, Yaw is living it up in Myanmar with the name, "Amos Rao".

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AUNG SAN SUU KYI VISITS SG: MAN PROPOSE CITIZENS & NGOS TO STAGE PROTEST AS LEADERS CAN'T DO MUCH IN OFFICIAL CAPACITY

Because of ASEAN charter of non-interference in member states' domestic affairs, I doubt there is very much our leaders can do or say in their official capacity. But the ordinary citizens and NGOs can stage a protest at strategic locations where she and her entourage has to pass.

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NERVOUS SINGAPORE DEFEATS MYANMAR IN UNCONVINCING 2-1 VICTORY

So after almost three years, Bernd Stange is stepping down as the national football coach, as The New Paper reported earlier this month. But based on his last home match, a 2-1 win over Myanmar in an international friendly at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night, the 68-year-old German has definitely failed in what he set out to do when he was first appointed in May 2013.

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CHARACTERISTICS OF DOMESTIC MAIDS IN SINGAPORE

I just want to share some of the observations that I have made about maids in Singapore. Filippinos are mostly arrogant (hao lian), vain and tell alot of lies. They like to work for expat ah mohs. Look down on Singaporeans, middle class or lower. Indonesians always blur and tell lies type, must push them, not hardworking, not thorough in their jobs. Not so smart like Filippinos but more humble. Myanmar, mostly are of better character (at least 60% will not steal). English ok, some bad. They are also very rigid and "one sided" mind, stubborn.

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MYANMAR NURSE PUNCHED AND KICKED IMH PATIENT CAUSING 2 FRACTURED RIBS

In February 2015, 25 year-old Aung Phyo Thu had punched, kicked, and elbowed the patient on his back, head, legs and body multiple times, which caused the latter to sustain two fractured ribs. Aung is currently out on bail, which has been set at S$20,000 and has his passport impounded. As part of his bail conditions, he is also not allowed contact with the victim. Do you think the standard of patient care in Singapore has dropped since hospitals hired foreigners?

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MYANMAR NATIONALS THINK S'PORE WILL COLLAPSE WITHOUT THEM

Hey all Singapore stuff recently I came across a political picture drawn by a Myanmar national here which is insulting to Singapore . In the photo Merlion was crying and saying " oh my god .. Oh my god.. If the Myanmar people who working in my country go back to their country after the changes Singapore will be in trouble . And in the picture showing line of Myanmar people queuing at Myanmar embassy. Which I think u saw in CNA news .

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MYANMAR SUPERVISOR TERMINATES S'POREAN IT EMPLOYEE FOR TAKING 2 DAYS MC

in my previous job i was under a myanmar lady 40 + year old supervisor at first 2 weeks she was ok after 2 weeks show true colours liao, u got question canot ask her find out yourself, lunctime i cant go must wait until she finish lunch sometime 430 pm if got rush submission, normally 2pm to 230pm then eat then she will smash table shout at me whther i do right or wrong, then when i help her solve some it network issue she say i was just being pure lucky day striking lottery heng heng tyco nia.

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MYANMAR FT LOOKS FOR OWN COUNTRYMAN TO FILL UP HIGH PAYING JOB IN YISHUN EC PROJECT

I really hope that you can share this with our fellow Singaporeans and show our Ministers this is the problem happening in Singapore. It is real, it is happening, whenever we bring in foreigners to this country, they will bring in more of their own countryman in. This Myanmar FT is looking out for his own countryman and looking to hire a Residential Technical Officer (RTO) for $4,000 salary. Are you saying that no Singaporean is willing to do the job for such good money?

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